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New York Times crossword of March 25th, 1998 other clues
'Losing My Religion' rock group
'Moonstruck' star
'Peter Pan' heroine
'What was ___ think?'
Actor's goal
Adorned, in a way
Alfonso XIII's queen
Ally of the Fox tribe
Bedroom furniture
Between 0% and 100%
Bits of advice
Brazilian dance
Brief O.K.: Abbr.
Brother of 34-Across
Cascades mount
Cleopatra biter
Conclusion of some games
Conclusion of some games
Consolidated clockmaker?
Consolidated composer?
Consolidated puzzle author?
Consolidated singer?
Couturier Cassini
Cretan peak
Cry to Bo-peep
Dog-paddled, e.g.
Eliminated, in a way
Focus for Fermi
Former aerospace giant
'Gunsmoke' deputy
Taxi feature
Teachers' org.
They can be bruised
Treat with gas
Valerie Harper TV role
Wistful exclamation
Workplace regulator, for short
Get closer to, in a race
Give off
Headline-making weather phenomenon
Heat beaters: Abbr.
Hit the road
Ike's W.W. II command
Induction grp.
Kind of shower
Like a little old lady in tennis shoes?
Like Cologne and environs
Literary monogram
Marshal under Napoleon
Mother of Constantine the Great
Mrs. Flintstone
Mythical warrior
Office folk
Oktoberfest supply
Oldenburg 'oh!'
Places to sit, paradoxically
Poet ___ St. Vincent Millay
Popular radio format
Private reply, maybe
Red Square figure
Ship on which Heracles sailed
Start of many ship names

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